Here is a cedar waxwing tufted titmouse. I took the photo yesterday. (Thanks for the correction).
This is actually a Tufted Titmouse – closely related to Chickadees. A beautiful bird! They’re much more common farther south – I don’t see them very often at all in west-central Wisconsin.
Thanks. I am not a birder (although I really enjoy watching birds). I probably should keep lists or take more photographs and try to learn about them.
A Tufted Titmouse, a blast from the past….when I was a child growing up in New Hampshire, my 3 siblings and I could kneel on the couch and look out the livingroom-picture window onto the front lawn. In the middle of the lawn was a small crabapple tree that my father planted. In it hung a a mesh bag filled with suet, courtesy of my father. I remember identifying the Tufted Titmouse and we thought that name was very funny. It is good to see him again!
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